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SOARS Protégés of 2005

Amber Reynolds

 


Graduate
Texas Tech University
PhD in Wind Engineering
In Progress

Texas A&M University
MS in Atmospheric Science
2007


Undergraduate
Pennsylvania State University
BS in Meteorology
2004

Awards
NSF IGERT Fellowship, 2007
Texas A&M University Diversity Fellowship, 2004
Chi Epsilon Pi (National Meteorology Honor Society), 2003

Publications
Cantrell, C., G. Edwards, O. Goyea, 2003: Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometer for the Measurement of Tropospheric HO2 and RO2. Analytical Chemistry, July 2003, pp. 5317-5327.

Research
2005: Synthetic dual-Doppler analysis of 11 June 2003 MCV during BAMEX
2004: Mesoanalysis of Bow Echo Environments during BAMEX
2003: Environments of Bow Echoes Associated with Localized vs. Widespread Straight-line Wind Damage
2002: Global Examination of the Relationship between Nitirc Oxide and Solar Variability

Presentations
"Mesoanalysis of Bow Echo Environments during BAMEX," AMS 85th Annual Meeting and 4th Annual Student Conference, San Diego, CA, 2005
"Environments of bow echoes associated with localized vs. widespread straight-line wind damage," AMS 84th Annual Meeting: Third Annual Student Conference, Seattle, WA, 2004
"Global examination of the relationship between nitric oxide and solar variability," Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science: 2002 National Conference, Anaheim, CA, 2002

Mentoring
2005: Peer Mentor, Keith Goodman Jr.
2003: Peer Mentor, Deanna Hence

To access Amber's work on NCAR's Library service, OpenSky click here.

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